Every society needs a moral code to guide it and to give it a sense of direction and a sense of purpose. No one moral code is necessarily superior to any other and so the Constitution forbidding the establishment of any one religion is a correct construct. The assertion that “morality cannot be legislated” is pure hogwash. Nearly all of our laws are based upon some concept of morality whether it be a state law forbidding murder or a federal law requiring taxation of its people in order for that government to provide the necessities that such governments must provide to its people.
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It is a farce to believe that morality cannot be an inherent part of any law. The opposite is true. Morality is an inherent part of any law. The moral basis of that law…
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